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Connemara Distillers Edition
Top notch Connemara peated Irish single malt whiskey, presented as their Distillers Edition. Plenty of earthy, evocative smoke, paired with honey'd barley and juicy apple. We do like a good Connemara, we do.
Connemara Turf Mór
Originally released for the Travel Retail market, Connemara Turf Mór boasts a peatiness that leans more on the earthy side of things than their classic expression.
Inspired by Ireland’s ancient distilling traditions, Connemara’s smooth sweet malt taste and complex peat flavours makes it a truly unique Irish whiskey. Connemara is the most decorated Irish whiskey with a huge collection of Gold Medals and has been honoured as the “Worlds Best Irish Single Malt”. Connemara allows you to unearth the Peated Pleasures of Ireland.
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The MacArthur's blend is appreciated by those connoisseurs who enjoy a medium bodied, uncomplicated whisky. It is a softly aromatic blend with a smooth, mellow palate and a fresh lingering finish. Carefully selected regional malts and superior grain whiskies have been expertly blended to create this robust and full flavoured Scotch which has become a firm favourite with consumers around the world.
Alberta Springs Black Label Whisky
A full-bodied rye blend, it is aged for ten years then rebarrelled after blending for an additional marriage of flavours. It pours a brilliant gold colour and offers aromas of toasty grain with a touch of spicy rye. The palate is soft with vanilla, toffee and light spice flavours followed by smooth finish.
Matisse Old Scotch
Matisse is named after pioneering French artist Henri Matisse. According to Matisse Spirits Company, he was ‘…a revolutionary painter that infuses eastern culture into western paintings’. Matisse whiskies are presented in very modern packaging and embrace blends, blended malts, single malts and single cask bottlings. The principal range – sourced from Speyside and the Highlands regions – comprises an NAS blend, 12- and 21-year-old blends, a 12-year-old blended malt, 15- and 19-year-old single malts, and a 1972 single malt.
An easy going and easy on the pocket whiskey from Midleton distillery. Dunphy's was first produced back in the 1950s for the US market, with mixing and Irish coffee very much in mind. It was available there up to around 1988 but now is mostly confined to Ireland.
The Glenfiddich Distillery is best known for producing single malt Scotch whiskies for the William Grant & Sons company. Glenfiddich is a Speyside distillery, and along with The Glenlivet and Macallan, completes the trinity of the world’s three bestselling single malt Scotch whiskies.
An underrated Speyside gem, the Longmorn Distillery has always enjoyed a strong loyalty among the most ardent Scotch whisky lovers. Located in the Moray region of Speyside which is also home to some iconic distilleries like the Strathisla, the Longmorn Distillery is renowned for their quality single malts.
Paddy Whiskey was first produced by the Cork Distilleries Company, two years after being started in 1877, although it was originally known as Cork Distillery Company Old Irish Whiskey.
Kentucky Tavern Bourbon
Kentucky Tavern has been around since the trademark was registered in 1903. The brand survived Prohibition, two World Wars, and several acquisitions. The latest acquisition saw Kentucky Tavern purchased by Sazerac in 2009 as part of a package deal with Tom Moore Distillery/Constellation Spirits Brands.